Former Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr did not have any written contract with the reigning Kenyan Premier League champions, Goal can exclusively reveal.
The tactician parted ways with K'Ogalo a few weeks to the new season, something that has not gone down well with the team supporters.
The Englishman, who won two KPL titles with K’Ogalo confirmed that he has been working without any documented agreement.
"I did a letter, but not a resignation one because I did not have a contract. I was not given any by the management, giving me the freedom to walk away."
Efforts to reach Gor Mahia CEO Lordvick Aduda were unsuccessful as our calls went unanswered.
Kerr led Gor Mahia to its 17th league title, two super Cup trophies as well as the group stages of the Caf Confederations Cup.
Gor Mahia are set to begin their Caf Champions League preliminary rounds against Nyasa Big Bullets on November 27.
The Mandela Cup winners will then turn their attention to the domestic competition when the KPL kicks off on December 8.